CNET is reporting that Apple has responded to the reports claiming that the next release of Final Cut Pro will be refocused more for “prosumers,” and away from the the “Pro” market. “Final Cut Pro is the first choice for professional video editors, and we’ve never been more excited about its future,” Apple spokesman Bill […]
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Apple Refutes Reports of an Upcoming, Less "Pro" Release of Final Cut Pro

CNET is reporting that Apple has responded to the reports claiming that the next release of Final Cut Pro will be refocused more for “prosumers,” and away from the the “Pro” market.

“Final Cut Pro is the first choice for professional video editors, and we’ve never been more excited about its future,” Apple spokesman Bill Evans told CNET. “The next version of Final Cut is going to be awesome, and our pro customers are going to love it.”

Of course, Apple already offers Final Cut Express, a mid-range, prosumer application with functionality between iMovie on the consumer end and Final Cut Pro on the Pro end.

The comments made by Apple still leaves the possibility of prosumer functionality to the new version of Final Cut Pro, but will continue to be focused for professional markets.

Good. I hope Apple proves me wrong about this.

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